Russia has banned the use of the professional social network LinkedIn.
The fifth News Agencies World Congress (NAWC) has elected the Director General of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency Maxim Minchev as Secretary General of the Council and decided that the sixth congress will take place in Bulgaria.
Kosovo police have said nineteen people have been arrested across the country on suspicions of links to the Islamic State (IS) group and plans to carry out terrorist attacks.
The European Commission has submitted a proposal for the introduction of an additional system for border control of foreigners who have the right to travel to the EU without a visa, reported BTA.
Turkish President Recep Erdogan may remain at his post until 2029 if the powers of the executive are increased.
The Chairwoman of the Central Election Commission of Romania Ana Maria Petru has been arrested on the eve of parliamentary elections in the country.
On Wednesday, the European Commission decided not to stop the funds for Spain and Portugal next year, in spite of the fact that the two countries are in violation of the budget rules of the EU, reported Reuters.
The tension between Turkey and the European Union found a new safety valve during the visit of the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier to Turkey.
The Diyarbakir court rejected an appeal to the arrest of People's Democratic Party (HDP) Co- chair Selahattin Demirtaş on 14, November against the terrorism charges, reported DPA, according to Dogan's agency.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesperson has said Moscow welcomes "some of the statements" of victors in both Bulgaria and Moldova's presidential elections whose second rounds were held Sunday.
Socialist Party leader Igor Dodon has won the second round of Moldova's presidential election, partial official results indicate.
Moscow sees as a positive quality the determination of the newly-elected President of the USA Donald Trump, stated former Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ordzhonikidze.
No Bulgarian military personnel from the contingent of the Bulgarian army participating in NATO’s mission in Afghanistan Resolute Support have been injured in an explosion at the airforce military base Bagram, reported the press centre of the Defence Mini
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Y?ld?r?m has stated that the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) will introduce a presidential system in the country with the help of the opposition Nationalist Movement Party, reported Anadolu Agency, cited by Focus
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